Pocket November 24, 2011 Published by Site Default Deadline: 16 December 2011Open to: Photographers in Europe and UKPrize: 1st.:£500, 2nd.:£250, 3rd.:£100BergHind Joseph’s Leadership wants to find people who have the eye and the ability to take stunning images which convey the theme of our first ever competition – leadership.DescriptionLeadership is more than just one person, one thing. It is a combination of values, such as motivation, decisiveness; engagement and inspiration, which when combined makes that vital difference.But they are interested to get your perception on how it can be encapsulated in the click of a camera button.They know that the best leaders inspire and liberate creativity to get solutions which may surprise but ultimately achieve great results. That is why BergHind Joseph has chosen leadership as the theme for its first annual photographic competition.All participants grant to the promoter and other relevant persons the right to use the photographs for the purposes of the event and thereafter. The winning participant grants worldwide rights for the use.The participant must confirm they are the sole and exclusive owner of the photographs submitted in the competition; they must be the copyright owner and hold all related intellectual property rights (copyright) which must not be restricted in any way, such as the transferring of title, licences, or anything else.Photographs should be taken in the context of how you interpret the theme ‘Leadership’. Yet categories for the final submittal of photographs should be labelled under one of the following areas:MotivationCollaborationPromotionAchievementInitiativeDecisivenessEngagementInspirationA maximum of 4 photos, in either black & white or colour can be entered per competitor.EligibilityUK and European citizens over the age of 18 can enter.Prize1st prize:£500 of photography vouchers and your choice of:a. A day with a professional photographerb. A day’s free consulting with BergHind Joseph – the creative communications agencyc. A year of portfolio mentoring sessions with our creative team2nd prize: £250 of photography vouchers3rd prize: £100 of photography vouchersApplicationParticipants must submit photographic images taken by themselves within the past twelve months from the start of the competition according to the competition categories.Participants will be required to supply the following mandatory data: surname, first name, date of birth, country, city, e-mail address, telephone/mobile number, title of your photograph(s).The participant can submit their photographs by one email which must be in jpg/gif/png format with the email not exceeding 10 Megabytes. Emails should be sent to [email protected] participant can submit their photographs by post. Labelled with BergHind Joseph Photographic Competition, The Leathermarket 8.1.1, Weston Street, London, SE1 3ER.The Official Website Share 0 SALTO European Citizenship Training Course, Italy → Reddit BergHind Joseph’s Leadership Photographic Competition ← The Black Sea Link Fellowship Program Similar Stories Tweet LinkedIn 0 +1 Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.
iStock/LalocracioBy: KATIE KINDELAN, ABC News (PORTLAND) — As protesters continue to clash with federal law enforcement agents in Portland, Oregon, a group of moms stepped up to help protect the protesters.More than two dozen women created what they called a Wall of Moms over the weekend to create a barrier between protesters and federal officers, who are under fire for their use of force against people protesting police brutality after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis on Memorial Day.The women, who wore face masks and helmets for safety, chanted, “Feds steer clear, moms are here,” as they linked arms to form the barrier, according to ABC News’ Kayna Whitworth, who is covering the protests in Portland.“Many of them who were here last night tell me they were tear gassed by federal authorities – but they are back today – and they brought their friends,” Whitworth wrote on Instagram.The Wall of Moms is the brainchild of Bev Barnum, a mom of two who organized a Facebook event calling on moms to meet at the protest site on Saturday evening.“We moms are often underestimated. But we’re stronger than we’re given credit for,” Barnum, who could not be reached by ABC News, wrote on Facebook. “So what do you say, will you stand with me? Will you help me create a wall of moms?”“Thank you so much for being brave. Thank you for being willing to help the protestors,” Barnum wrote on her post, which received more than 500 responses.Barnum reflected on the success of the moms’ movement in a later post, writing alongside a photo of the moms at the protest, “When I asked moms to join me in protest on Friday night, while I was in my pj’s, getting ready for bed . . . I didn’t imagine that this would be my reality by Sunday morning.”“In the span of 30hrs, women from all across the world have asked how they too can make this happen in their community,” she wrote. “You want to know the truth? You have to ask your friends to stand with you. You have to ask strangers to trust you enough to go into harms way. And you most especially have to trust that these women are going to show up until there isn’t a single protestor left to protect.”Barnum and two other women also formed a Wall of Moms group on Facebook that now has nearly 3,000 members, including everyone from local moms interested in attending a protest to moms in states across the country asking how they can help.“We got gassed last night and it did suck, but we’ve all been through childbirth, IEP meetings, and long barf-filled nights,” Maureen Kenny Mimiaga, one of Barnum’s co-founders, wrote on Facebook. “We got this.”The federal agents deployed in Portland this week were part of a Department of Homeland Security task force established to respond to the growing protests and acts of civil disobedience that came after the death of Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police.The state’s attorney general has launched a criminal investigation into two “unlawful” tactics allegedly made by federal agents.Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum also announced she filed a federal civil lawsuit on Friday evening against the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Marshals Service and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection to begin the process for a restraining order to stop the agents “from unlawfully detaining Oregonians.”ABC News’ Christina Carrega contributed to this report. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
OverviewEmployment Status: Temporary, benefited “exempt”position through June 30, 2022 (position may be renewed annuallybased upon satisfactory job performance, availability of work, andcontinued funding). 2 positionsavailable.Salary: $5,629.76-$8,300.00 per month,commensurate with experience and qualifications. A comprehensivebenefit package is provided.Work Schedule: To be arranged. TypicallyMonday-Friday 8:00-5:00 pm. Some evenings and weekends as needed.Incumbent must be able to participate in remote or on-campus workdepending on the directives from the CSUSB campus.FirstReview Deadline: This position will remain open untilfilled. Applications will be reviewed beginning April 8,2021.Typical ActivitiesTypical Duties:Duties may include, but are not limited to, thefollowing:Plans and supervises the work of Clinical Service Practitionersand MFT/LPCC/MSW Interns responsible for performing clinicalservices to justice-involved individuals and their families inaccordance with the BBS and NASW regulations.Conducts casework/clinical conferences with Clinical ServicePractitioners and MFT/LPCC/MSW Interns and recommends appropriateaction.Participates in Clinical Service Practitioners and MFT/LPCC/MSWInterns development programs.Interprets special programs and provides information aboutservices available through other social resources.Participates in development and formulation of FAITHSThroughcare program policy and procedures; ensures compliance withlegal mandates.Represents FAITHS Throughcare program in the community onmatters relating to assigned programs and participates in communityplanning activities and social resource development.Evaluates Clinical Service Practitioners and MFT/LPCC/MSWInterns performance and makes work assignments.Reviews and evaluates case records for accuracy andcompleteness.May direct and participate in research studies.Composes correspondence and reports.Other duties as assigned. jeid-1731b0ba841b0a479a35a6c3412d288c Clinical Service Supervisor/FAITHS Throughcare ProgramCalifornia State University, San Bernardino Supplemental InformationUEC is an EOE -Minority/Female/Disability/Veterans. This positionwill remain open until filled. This is asensitive position and selected candidate must successfully pass athorough background investigation to include a criminal historycheck and Live Scan fingerprinting prior toappointment.Benefits include: Minimum QualificationsEducation:A Master’s or Doctoral degree from an accredited institution inbehavioral science, human services, social work, counseling,psychology, public health administration, business/publicadministration, hospital administration, or closely related fieldof study.Experience:Licensed as an LMFT or LCSW for at least two (2) years andcompleted a Certified Supervisor Program valid in the state ofCalifornia and by the BBS.Additional Qualifications:Supervising experience.Experience working with and managing graduate levelinterns.Experience working with justice-involved individuals andfamilies.Knowledge of substance abuse disorder and relatedissues.A strong background in child development, parenting, anddevelopmentally-appropriate, positive child guidance.Ability to work with a diverse population includingcommunication with people from diverse cultures, ethnicbackgrounds, socio-economic levels, and educationallevels.Skilled in working independently and following through onassignments with minimal direction.Ability to work in a team setting.Ability to handle multiple work priorities, organize workprojects and complete them in a timely manner. To view full description and to apply, visit: https://www.csusb.edu Medical, Dental, Vision, Flex CashoptionCalPERS RetirementCalPers 457Group Term Life/ Accidental Death & Dismemberment(AD&D)Holidays & Personal HolidayVacation and Sick pay accrualsEducational Assistance Benefit is based onavailability of funding.Workers’ CompensationUnemployment InsuranceState Disability Insurance
Published: November 22, 2016 8:11 AM EST Reports say Kanye West has been hospitalized in Los Angeles Do you see a typo or an error? Let us know. Author: AP LOS ANGELES (AP) – Kanye West has been hospitalized after abruptly canceling the last 21 dates of his national tour, according to reports from several media outlets.Citing anonymous law enforcement sources and West representatives, the media outlets reported that the hip-hop superstar was taken to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles on Monday afternoon because of stress and exhaustion, and he is spending the night there for his own safety.Without confirming that the patient was West, Los Angeles police told The Associated Press that officers were called to a house on Laurel Avenue near West Hollywood for a disturbance at about 1:20 p.m. When they arrived it was clear that nothing criminal was occurring and it was a medical situation instead.Police told the AP West was taken in an ambulance to the hospital and placed on a psychiatric hold.Representatives for West and his wife Kim Kardashian did not reply to several messages left by the AP seeking confirmation or comment.The hospitalization was first reported by NBC News.Kardashian had been expected to make her first public appearance Monday night since she was tied up and robbed at gunpoint last month in Paris. It was to come at the Angel Ball, a charity event in New York honoring her late father, Robert Kardashian.But amid the reports about West, she did not show up.Her mother, Kris Jenner, and sisters Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian were on hand.When asked how the couple was doing, Jenner simply smiled and said, “They’re good.”West had just pulled the plug on his Saint Pablo Tour after days of erratic and angry behavior that made an even hotter topic than usual on social media.On Friday, during a concert in San Jose, West said he didn’t vote in the presidential election but would have cast a ballot for Donald Trump, praising the president-elect’s “method of communication” as “very futuristic.”On Saturday in Sacramento he ended his show after just four songs but not before a 10-minute tirade about Beyonce, Jay Z, Hillary Clinton, Mark Zuckerberg, the radio and MTV.Over the weekend, West also flooded his Instagram account with nearly 100 fashion photos, many snaps of photos that were out of focus and poorly cropped.Sunday’s show in the Los Angeles area was canceled then West decided to scrap the entire tour.Concert promoter Live Nation said tickets would be fully refunded. The tour was to have made stops through Dec. 31 in Dallas, Denver, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Detroit, Boston, New York City and Washington, D.C., among others. SHARE